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THE BEOAD AX.
Jl?e Broad fix
Will promulgate and at all timet uphold
tas true principles of Democracy, bat
farmer, Catholics, Protestants, Knights
of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Bepnblleans,
Priests, orany ose eke can hare their say.
eo loag as their lrngnage is proper and
responsibility Is fixed.
Tax Broad Ax Is a newspaper whose
platform is broad enough for all, ever
claiming the editorial right to-speak its
Local OBSsaanlcationi will have atten
tion; write only on one side of the paper.
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ther comment is unnecessary, and
we leaTe these fellows toithe conso
lation of their own consciences.
The Oquirrh Club was "in it"
again in the Judicial convention,
and when everything else seemed
lost, they adroitly landed"their pet
candidate. They may be accused
of queering the ticket; but the
whole mesa was "queefid" before
Thomson was nominated; who, by
the way-, is the best of thfrlot. This
dub is a mighty factor in' the G.
O. P. as to advancing the interests
of certain men. All talk to the
contrary is moonshine. Watch the
city convention and see if we are
" Address all Communications to
,n" THE BROAD AX,
68 'Main Street,
JULIUS F. TAYLOR,
PtJBUsnra and Editor.
Young; Howat'and Hiles
Are greeted wit&smiles,
Whenever their names have been spoken;
ButTerg., Thousand Snyder,
Like fte'web of a -spider,
, Are "basted already and broken.
To the "Republican judicial com
mittee: you had better pull off your
trio of judges, and make it unani
mous for Hiles, Howat and Young.
It is an idle dream to think you
can elect your ticket; besides it
would save expense.arid disappoint
ment to yourselves and to the acci
dental nominees. Think it over,
It is rumored that the G. O. P.
have a gold-bug on their State
ticket. It would be no great sur
prise, as Utah Republicans will all
be' gold' bugs' next' year, or else be
kicked out of the big tent. "Com
ing events cast their shadows be
fore," and none would be more
alert to get on the right side of the
party issue than a banker. 6. O.
R Gbld,01igarchy,and Protection;
they all go together, and all will be
fband in the Bepublican platform
in 1896, and don't you forget it.
Will C. E. Allen please rise and
tell us what the G. O. P. has ever
done to advance the cause of silver.
Will lienor any other Republican
pat his thumb on a single represen
tative leader of that party, who is
now raising ins voice, east of the
Mississippi river, in behalf of free
coinage? They don't dare to do so,
for the" money power of Wall street
tubs the party; they own it body
aad breeches: To the rising .star
of -the silver Democrat we mast
alone look for hope and help.
Tax "Double-Dealer," and its
doen supporters, were thrown into
spassu by the expose of their
. methods as given in last' week's
Uaoad Ax. The Western Record
er, "the colored Bepublican paper,
also .loaches this crowd up in the
suae style it says of the "Double
DMer" aad its backers: "Such,
people and such papers' are what we
call straddlers and boodlers." Far-
With the fire department of, this
city in a state of turmoil'
and petty quarrels, with a Re
publican politician at the head
with the police department,
headed by another Bepublican
autocrat, in a constant muddle, and
rent with internal dissension
with the Bepublican County Court
tramping over the Territory to
swell their mileage fees, and refus
ing to make it possible that a poor
insane patient could receive medi
cal treatment with a Bepublican
county attorney whose "zeal has
superseded his judgment," in pros
ecuting imaginary offenders, and
who has received hundreds of
dollars for riding in palace cars,
and boarding at fine hotels, while
junketing back east, is it any won
der the people of Salt Lake should
have that "tired feeling" for Bepub
lican misrule and stupidity. Let
us have a new deal and a new deck;
the one we have consists of old,
greasy, marked cards.
And Live Well,
Wor -vr& oan'beett:
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And all other good
Kind words from a large number
of out journalistic neighbors come
to the JBroad Ax daily. They cheer
and encourage us in our work of
redeeming political sinners. Of
those who give us a friendly notice,
we mention the Mount Pleasant
Pyramid, the Eureka Democrat,
the Montpelier Examiner (Idaho),
the Spanish Fork Herald, and a
namesake of ours, away out in
Oregon, the Lane County Braad
Axe. All of the above papers com
mend our course, and bid us "Go.d
speed." On the other side the
Murray American, becomes very
un-American in urging that the
colored people should still be slaves
to the G. O. P.,and rebukes us for
trying to make true Americans of
the colored men. The Wasatch
Wave also breaks itself over the
Broad Ax, and scatters its spray
all over the county, in trying to
show that because Lincoln freed
the slaves, they should ever be
Bepnblicans. Such logic is puerile;
it is like the "old bloody shirt"
argument of the past,
That people ought
For their health and
JStf V A.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES !
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- PAUL SMITH; troerletsrx '
Clothes Cleaasd. and Pressed at
85 ceats per moath. Pants Pressed
36. cents. Pants Dyed SI. Ladies'
clothes Cleaned and' Dyed in all
lis oraocnes. repairing aesuy
done: 'Stew dothee' Made-for oM
ernes. 279 . Sooth Main Street,
under St. Elmo.
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